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Ni / Kamiya / Ding Cities Network Along the Silk Road

The Global Urban Competitiveness Report 2017

1. Auflage 2017, 302 Seiten, Gebunden, Book, Format (B × H): 165 mm x 240 mm, Gewicht: 6151 g
ISBN: 978-981-10-4833-3
Verlag: Springer, Berlin

Ni / Kamiya / Ding Cities Network Along the Silk Road

By empirically assessing the competitiveness of 505 cities around the world from regional, national and other perspectives, this book not only ranks these cities but also presents a treasure trove of information with regard to each city’s relative strengths and weaknesses.
This unique resource draws on a wealth of data sources, all of which are described and assessed, and involve urban economics, geography, regional economics and many other fields. Using a concise indexing system, sophisticated methodology, and extensive figures and tables, it provides a comprehensive analysis of global urban competitiveness in 2015.
Given the scope of its coverage, the book will be of great interest to readers such as local authorities, decision-makers and economic planners in cities throughout the world.



Weitere Infos & Material

Part One General Reports 1. Global Urban Competitiveness: Theoretical Framework 2. Global Urban Competitiveness: Annual Ranking 3. Global Urban Competitiveness: General Analysis 4. Global Urban Competitiveness: Comparative Analysis from Different Perspectives 5. Global Urban Competitiveness: Comparative Analysis of its Components Part Two Topic Report 6. Half of the World: Cities Network of the Silk Road Part Three Special Subject 7. Global Connection and Technological Innovation 8. Urban Characteristics, National Characteristics and Global Connection of the Primate City 9. Global Connection and Doing Business 10. Large Enterprises in North America: Where They Locate and Why 11. The Conjunction of Networked Agglomeration and Location Factor in Chinese Cities: Taking FDI and Domestic Investment as an Example References Appendix

Ni, Pengfei
Prof. Pengfei Ni, a member of UrbaChina, is director of the Urban and Real Estate Economy Research Unit at the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences Institute of Finance and Trade Economics. He is chief editor of the Annual Report on China's Urban Competitiveness, the Annual Report on Development of Housing Market in China and others. His main research fields are the theory and practice of urban economics, real-estate economics, spatial financial studies, and urban competitiveness. He has published over 10 papers in the Journal of International Affairs, Urban Study, China's Social Sciences and Economic Studies. He received the highest Chinese economics award - The Sun Yefang economics Book Award - for the Annual Report on China's Urban Competitiveness. His research is significant for China's development and that of its cities and is a valuable resource for policy makers.


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